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Alpha Delta Pi wins 2024 Greek Sing competition

<p>Second place winners of the night at Greek Sing 2024</p>

Second place winners of the night at Greek Sing 2024

On the evening of April 16, Auburn University Panhellenic hosted its 2024 Greek Sing event at Neville Arena.Greek Sing is a long-standing tradition, where each sorority chapter chooses a theme and choreographs a dance routine to complement it. Each sorority competes for first place, all while raising money for Habitat for Humanity. 

Habitat for Humanity, an organization dedicated to providing homes for families in need, received the support of over 120 Panhellenic women this year who volunteered their time on Saturdays to aid in constructing a home for a family in the community.

“Greek Sing is a dance competition between the 18 sorority chapters that encourages community, talent and sisterhood all in one,” said Caroline Jones, panhellenic president and junior in environmental design. “It's a super fun event because we get to donate all of our proceeds to Habitat for Humanity.”

This year, Greek Sing raised over $139,000. The proceeds contributed to sponsoring the construction of a complete home for a family in the community and solidified Greek Sing's position as a major benefactor for Auburn Opelika Habitat for Humanity.

Alpha Delta Pi secured first place, dethroning last year's champions, Alpha Gamma Delta. The lively competition saw sorority chapters rallying behind their teams and sitting together in Neville while decked out in their sororities' jerseys with their respective letters and colors. 

Before the competition began, many waited in anticipation. Sorority members chanted and cheered at the top of their lungs to support and encourage their chapter’s team. 

Alpha Gamma Delta bringing the energy to Neville arena tonight at the Greek sing

In addition to sorority members, attendees included families, fellow students and enthusiasts of Greek Sing.

Abbey Pace, director of Greek Sing, and Charles St. Pierre, Interfraternity Council President, hosted the competition. 

The Greek Sing teams prepared for months. Each chapter infused their routines with elements that fit their theme by incorporating elaborate costumes, props and synchronized choreography. Before each dance, chapters presented introductory videos setting the stage for their performances.

The night commenced with Kappa Alpha Theta's performance, "World Series," with the use of baseball bats as props, followed by Delta Gamma's portrayal of "Final Rose," inspired by the popular television show "The Bachelor."

Zeta Tau Alpha transported the audience into a "Dream House," by drawing inspiration from the Barbie movie and featuring the popular song "Barbie World" by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice. 

Phi Mu's performance "Munopoly," put a creative twist on the board game Monopoly, complete with a portrayal of Mr. Monopoly himself.

Alpha Omicron Pi embraced a wedding theme with "Alpha O at the Altar," featuring dancers dressed in pink as bridesmaids. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma celebrated with "Sweet Home Kappa Gamma," incorporating the beloved song "Dixieland Delight" by the band Alabama. The crowd's enthusiasm for this song was evident as the audience exclaimed "War Eagle!"

Alpha Gamma Delta's performance, named "AGD Time Machine," featured popular songs spanning various eras. Their performance included songs like "Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer and "Yeah!" by Usher.

Delta Delta Delta brought the beach to the arena with "Dive In with Tri Delta," dancing to songs all about summer and the beach.

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Sigma Sigma Sigma embarked on "Route 98" and danced to various songs, including the popular song "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins.

Alpha Xi Delta hosted a slumber party with "Catching Xis," dressed in matching pajama sets. 

Alpha Chi Omega embarked on a hunt with "AXO Marks the Spot." The dancers dressed as pirates out at sea looking for buried treasure.

Sigma Kappa executed a "Secret Service" mission, captivating the secret service look with black suit jackets and sunglasses. 

Kappa Delta indulged in a playful "Play Date with KD," portraying school girls at recess. 

Delta Zeta performed "DZ Roller Derby Disco," capturing the vibrant atmosphere of a roller rink wearing Heelys  and rolling around during their dance. 

Gamma Phi Beta invited the audience to "Check Out GPhi" with a grocery store-themed performance and the dancers as grocery store employees.

Chi Omega spun off cops versus robbers with "Catch Those Chi O's." Half of the dancers dressed as cops and the other half as robbers, creating an engaging dance-off between the two sides.

Alpha Delta Pi transported audiences back to the 50s with "ADPI at the Diner," with the dancers dressed as waitresses and using a jukebox as a prop.

Pi Beta Phi closed out the performances with "Angels on Wall Street," dressed in black vests and blue ties to portray the Wall Street workers of New York City. 

A special highlight of the event was a performance by Best Buddies, who had a Southern cowboy theme and earned a round of applause from the audience. Best Buddies, an organization dedicated to fostering friendships and enriching the lives of students with disabilities, received overwhelming support from the Panhellenic community.

Another special performance was given by Tiger Rhythm, a hip-hop dance team at Auburn, who perform fast-paced dance routines at various events. 

“Greek Sing was so electric and fun,” said Virginia Glisson, freshman in public relations. “It was cool to see all the sororities come together and it was even better than I expected.”

Once the performances concluded, the judges deliberated and decided the winners. Adding to the excitement, Aubie the Tiger made a special appearance at the awards ceremony to assist in presenting awards.

Mid performance of the winning dance group

In a fiercely contested competition, Alpha Delta Pi emerged as the 2024 Greek Sing champion, followed by Alpha Gamma Delta in second place, Alpha Chi Omega in third place, Chi Omega in fourth place and Kappa Delta in fifth place.

Delta Zeta received the creativity award for excellence in creativity and leadership, while Zeta Tau Alpha was honored with the president's award and Alpha Xi Delta with the director's award. Sigma Sigma Sigma received recognition for their outstanding fundraising efforts, and Alpha Chi Omega earned the top Panhellenic point award.

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